What makes a country a happy one?
In this video interview Hans Henrik Knoop shows the key to a country’s smile.
Denmark is said to be one of the happiest nations of the world. Why is that? The President of European Network for Positive Psychology unlocks the question.
Hans Henrik Knoop is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the Danish School of Education, University of Aarhus, and Extraordinary Professor in Optentia Research Focus, North West University, South Africa.
Hans Henrik Knoop is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the Danish School of Education, University of Aarhus, and Extraordinary Professor in Optentia Research Focus, North West University, South Africa. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) and the President of the European Network for Positive Psychology, which is “a collective of European researchers and practitioners with shared interests in the science and practice of positive psychology” – as stated online.
His work is focused around promoting learning and creativity in education and professional life. Hans Henrik Knoop has given more than 900 lectures in Denmark and presented at conferences in many countries, including Portugal. He has authored and co-authored more than 160 publications, including 8 books.
Ana Teresa Silva is a journalist, writer and life coach.
After many years as a freelance journalist, working on TV documentaries and for several newspapers and magazines, she founded I’M Magazine, an international digital magazine that covers projects and extraordinary people that are changing the world.
Since 2008 she has been interviewing social entrepreneurs and innovators, futurists and change-makers, thinkers and facilitators from all over the world and sharing compelling life stories, ®evolutionary roads, projects for a sustainable future and ideas in motion…
Ana Teresa is also the Managing Director of a portuguese digital magazine on health and well-being. As a writer, she authored 6 books (one of her novels won a 1st prize fiction award), and she has also written 2 children’s theater plays and a daily TV series. Her last published novel, “Amanhã é outro dia” was published in November 2014 by Talent Hunter Editions.
She works also as a Life Coach and PsyCH-K facilitator.